Microsoft rolls out an update for Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate

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Microsoft is rolling out an update to Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate. The update brings with it several improvements, some new features and a list of fixes.

This update will bring Visual Studio 2017 RC to build 26127.00. Here is a summary of the major changes:

  • The .NET Core and ASP.NET Core workload is no longer in preview. We have fixed several bugs and improved usability of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core Tooling.
  • Team Explorer connect experience is now improved to make it easier to find the projects and repos to which you want to connect.
  • The Advanced Save option is back due to popular demand.
  • Multiple installation-related issues are now fixed in this update, including hangs. We’ve also added a retry button when installation fails, disambiguated Visual Studio installs in the Start menu, and added support for creating a layout for offline install.

For a full changelog, take a look at the release notes on the Visual Studio website.

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